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  • The Norton uninstaller is much improved over the one they had a few years ago. Without the uninstaller it can be impossible to remove Norton then reinstall it. Even with the uninstaller from the past some manual cleanup was still required.

    I used the Norton uninstaller about a year ago and it worked well without any manual cleanup.

    My question is why do they distribute it as a separate product. Why not just have it run automatically as part of the uninstall process. Or even better, why not write an uninstaller that works.

  • >Or even better, why not write an uninstaller that works.

    Can be generalized as “Why won’t everyone write good software?”. :) Some can’t, some don’t want to…

    Thanks for your visit and comments, Itsme. :)

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